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12January2015

Application of ionizing radiation for the disinfection of cultural heritage

New IAEA Coordinated Research Project Application of ionizing radiation for the disinfection of cultural heritage has been successfully demonstrated in recent years with participation of museums and libraries. To encourage wider use of the technique, the IAEA has initiated a new research project entitled ‘Developing Radiation Treatment Methodologies and New Resin Formulations for Consolidation and […]

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12January2015

Steritech Narangha facility is now USDA registered

Fruit and vegetable growers in the state of Queensland Australia, home of the Narangba facility, produce produce worth about $2 billion per annum. An increasing quantity of irradiated fruit and vegetables are exported and this approval will allow further growth in processing and export volumes.

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9January2015

Food Safety & Quality

An International Symposium on Food Safety and Quality: Application of Nuclear and Related Technologies was held at the IAEA between the 10th and 13th November 2014. The following link provides access to the presentations that were made at the symposium. IAEA International Symposium

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6January2015

Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology, Poland

In early December the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology in Warsaw, Poland, held a regional training course on “Safe Operation of Irradiation Facilities” The meeting was organised as part of an IAEA Technical Cooperation Regional Project RER/1/014 “Introducing and Harmonizing Standardized Quality Control Procedures for Radiation Technologies”. The program can be viewed via this […]

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6January2015

Erasmus 2 – A European Project

ERASMUS + 2 The Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology won one of the ten projects granted under the Erasmus + program. Further details can be found via the following link – Erasmus + 2

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